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first year in the san francisco he was great with making 44 of the 52 field goals. so far, not as much and gary radnich will have more coming up with a possible replacement for david acres. that is coming up. >> catherine: he's arguably the most vocal member of the san francisco giants. now - sergio romo is being accused of being a little 'too' vocal with airport security workers in las vegas. the relief pitcher is in trouble after an outburst in the security line. kron 4's j.r. stone is following the story and joins us with more. >> reporter: catherine, you and i both know that sergio romo is one of the most colorful players on the san francisco giants. during the world series parade he wore a shirt that said, i just look illegal, an image that went viral. las vegas police say on new year's day between 8:30 and 9 there was an outburst between a tsa agent and romo. tsa officials tell me romo was unable to provide identification required of travelers. this is a picture posted on new year's eve showing sergio romo at a nightclub in vegas called haze. in the photo you'll see that he's alo
will keep an eye on developments. another kind of celebration. the 18 year drought for the san francisco 49ers. (cheers & applause) that was the pivotal play that is led to the victory. they are celebrating it is flying off the shelves. they went to the n f l store at fisherman's wharf. we talked to the fans of how excited they are about how a former raider is like to have victory. >> it is nice to have native having a perfect record >> i think they're going to win. >> i am going to go to the superdome. >> i purchased a ticket right after the game that is just how it is i am excited >> it is unbelievable i thought that at one point there were not going to win but then they came back it was awesome. >> the giants and now, the 49ers. >> in this exciting for the bay area because you want the bay area to do good for the giants are going well, the 49ers are doing well in the a's are going to be doing well. and soon, my readers are going to be in the super bowl as well. >> pam: there is an optimistic fans. we wanted to see it here are your photographs that you've sent in. some of them on the air
for the waterfront fireworks show in san francisco. maureen kelly has what police are doing to keep everyone safe. but first tonight -- a look at the new year already being rung in across the globe. san francicso is ready to ring in the new year. with a fireworks show along the embarcadero. (music) (cheers & applause) 'happy new year!" (music) (old angs eyes..) (music) "katty perry's 'firework" .... >> jacqueline: if you are hoping to catch some local fireworks the weather should cooperate. taking a look to the bay bridge toll plaza of the increase with clouds. satellite & radar showing that this is quickly sweeping for northern california. we are getting a bit of rain that is offshore at this hour. clear conditions in the wake of this system. a narrow band of storms pushing through california. and in the next couple of hours will start to see clouds. in the next 4 hours, some clearing. showers mainly offshore. petaluma, highway 101 but mainly through clear conditions at the fireworks forecast just a few clouds. it will be equal however, with your full forecast, coming up. >> speaking of your emb
. now a live look from our mount tamalpais camera, and san francisco -- you can see the grey skies. i'm here in the kron-4 weather center with jacqueline bennet. jacqueline? >> we are seeing some light rain. the shower activity will not be that extensive. you can see light rain over the heart of the bay. over the coast, ocean beach, san rafael. we can also see some rain over the golden gate right now and the richmond/a vital bridge. also, sinophile bridge. through cupertino, pushing-south to the sinophile branch. winds gusting pretty strong to the coast. some rafeal-san rafael--bridge. and also some shower reconditions with breezy conditions to richmond. and that is starting to press through the north bay with the increase in shower activity. this larger view of satellite & radar. spotty shower activity will provide instability will talk more about this in the showers coming up. brigha >> pam: the baseball hall of fame votes are in. and former giants slugger barry bonds was *not elected this year. in fact - no players were elected at all. joining us now, grant lodes is here to break i
. light showers and over the golden gate some light rain. a sausalito, san francisco. the bay bridge also seeing the light showers. as we take a wider view, some moisture offshore. in fact, this is coming up from the south. this is a towards the monterey coast. certainly, not to complete with the show worse yet ruled timing it out, coming out >> pam: san francisco is getting ready for the super bowl sunday. first, j. r. stone talking about how the 49ers are doing >> reporter: some of them said that this is just another game. and i came across a couple of other people but said the this is the orleans. we are going to have jumbo andgjambalaya some of this practice video because this was the first time the 49ers talked to the practice field sense they had the victorious rwanda are against the atlanta falcons. not quite the ideal. a victorious -- victory against the if lead the falcons. however, before and during practice after we spoke with joe staley these players have intimated they have it made and have worked hard. also, the fans have its to made. >> you have a giants victory they are do
and san francisco both held gun buy-packs and the results were impressive. oakland collected 300 guns. san francisco had 296 guns turned in. so nearly 600 guns - off the streets in one day on decemner 16th. people were given $200 dollars in exchange for their guns - the money coming from non-profit groups and private donations. >> pam: in san francisco, two pieces of gun control legislation were introduced to the board of supervisors. the first bans the possession of military style ammunition, such as hollow- point bullets. the sale of those bullets is already illegal. this action would make having them a misdeamenor. the second requires police notification, when someone in san francisco buys 500- rounds of ammunition or more. this includes online purchases. the supervisor sponsoring the changes says, they will make a difference. >> i deal with it every day. i check in with my police station captains about what was the violence that happened in the week? the number one is that they pulling off fire alarms. and ak-47s even getting cleared off the streets. the work continues, weather or not
earthquake hit san francisco it is a wood frame tbuilding nearly every building in this block made this list because of the height of the building and how they are made. >> some of these locations have a lot of high risk areas. some are south of san francisco. they do not show much danger. foundation cracks is a another team were looking at there were concerned the about the potential of the first floor of collapsing during an earthquake. for some of these buildings just by looking at them from the outside you would never be able to tell the something is not safe. in an earthquake and hold her taller building for have the most casualties. and as you can imagine, the marina district made it this. chestnut street, francisco, they know what can happen during an earthquake. it was basically leveled in the 1989 area. it points out that they have that retrofitting and so they could be considered safe. you can check it out on my facebook fan page for the entire list. justin waldman, kron 4 >> pam: cold weater still hitting the bay area -- but a change is ahead soon. this is video from the san franc
reported temperatures right now in the 40's and '50's. 48 in san francisco, antioch and 50s in napa. temperatures are extremely cold tonight. the futurecast showing low temperatures. notice a lot of purple on your screen indicating temperatures in the 30's. temperatures even in the 20s in some areas that is a sexy what we are seeing with 20's through santa rosa, fairfield, pleasanton a. 25 degrees in napa. 20's in livermore. temperatures near freezing 33 and a san jose. we have a freeze morning and a frost advisory coming up will take a look get that and how long this cold spell is going to last. >> pam: the freezing temperatures, combined with wet pavement - making for some dangerous road conditions. this is video from the santa cruz mountains - you can see the black ice. more on this story, later tonight. >> but first - flu season is causing major problems across much of the country. and it may just be getting started here. right now, influenza is "widespread" in 47 states - that's not including california since december - we now know there have been at least four flu- related dea
accused of killing two people in san francisco's mission district during a hi-speed chase with police tuesday had his first court appearance today. as kron 4's dan kerman tells us, the man is facing a variety of charges - >> shackled at the wrist he appeared in court but did not enter a plea. the news media was not allowed to show his face on camera. authorities say that he drove to the valencia gardens complex. shot at three people and to throw off. but it is what happened next is what the 19 year-old is charged with murder. >> one of police tried to stop him he willfully evaded the police. he ran a red light trying to get away from the officer and as he ran the red light to the collision occurred. it cost to deaths and serious injury to the third party it caused two different--gas. we have sufficient evidence to cause him with murder because it caused two deaths in addition to the two deaths 3 counts of attempted murder. the only 19 year-old has been involved with gang activity for some time. his arrest should be a wake-up call for parents. >> any sign of a gang activity of 11 years
stern. in a statement released from the organization, it says that the san francisco 49ers rejected comments that were made yesterday. there's no place for discrimination within our organization at any level. we proudly serve the lgbt community. and they need to stay quiet about being gay. >> i appreciate your time and good luck at the game. >> reporter: some very bold comments and certainly hours and hours of interviews have been done. with the players, the coaches, the owners and these were some of the most controversial. reporting live, j. r. stone, kron 4 news. >> pam: here now -- sports director gary radnich. is this going to have impact into the big game? >> gary: i actually had to look up who this was but i do not think so. he is just a 25 your kid-25 year-old kid. his name is chris culv er he is not overwhelmed with interviews and of this shock jock got something out of him antibiotics and says something stupid. >> what about your gay guys? >> i do not do any of the gay guys? >> there are nobody on the team. i cannot be with that sweet stuff. >> certainly, this is no defense
on its review site. san francisco will be the first city in the country to post the new health scores on yelp. kron 4 tech reporter gabe slate shows us how it works. >> you cannot judge and the reply is aesthetics. sometimes the dirtiest have the best food but now there is a new tool to help you decide where to eat. this is not determined by yelp. and it is not people determining these scores it as directly from the city health inspection data base. these are the official scores. if they have to give this information to san francisco is the first for everything. mayor ed leave is praising the partnership. this will be posted a of their hours of operation it is a slow introduction. very few businesses. when you click on it it it will show you the previous dates and violations but this can be scary depending on the establishment. you could th see things li rodents, or hands not washing their hands. >> pam: mixed reactions from business owners. >> i do not think that restaurants should have to worry about it unless i have something to worry about something like hiding something like cock
more details as we get them tonight. >>> now at five - a police chase in san francisco ended with two people being killed. the suspect is behind bars. to people ended up in the hospital. it also two people ended up a hospital-- >>> you're looking at surveillance video. police say a man ran other driver off the road - and into a liquor store. the suspect also hit a pedestrian. kron4 has team coverage. maureen kelly talked to the man whose store was hit. but first - alecia reid is live near 21st street and van ness - with more on the investigation. >> reporter: there are two people dead and there is another person in a hospital with life-threatening injuries. the man responsible is also in a hospital but he is expected to be okay. >> the guy was stopped did not want to be caused and took off. because he tried to get away he crashed into this car and it cost two lives. >> reporter: the driver of this black car with shots fired near valencia gardens. as the officers approached the vehicle he sped off. this killed two people. it severely injured when more. >> this vehicle took off at a hig
. that has been with the big delay. jerry r. stone, kron 4 news. >> pam: the san francisco police department releases the sketch of a man who attacked a woman in the mission dictrict. this is a sketch of the suspect who investigators say, tried to sexually assault a 31-year old woman back on january sixth. just before three in the morning, the woman was walking down 23rd street towards church, when a man lunged at her-- grabbing her head and throwing her to the ground. he is described as an asian or hispanic male, 25 years of age, with a buzz haircut and slight beard growth. >> pam: a violent weekend in oakland. 15 people shot -- four of those killed. today, oakland city officials promising action. more on that part of the story ahead. but first, grant lodes is standing by with more on the------------------------ we'll break it down and map out all the shootings starting with friday. starting on firday.four shootings.all of them fatal.all over the city. three fo the four were friday afternoon. the other was 8:15 friday night. two shootings saturday.nobody died. but there were three people sh
- a live look from our mount tam camera, and live look at downtown san francisco. es - but it's still pretty chilly. i'm here in the weather center with jacqueline bennet - when will it get warmer? >> jacqueline: yes, a pretty chilly. we are seeing 54 in half moon bay. clear skies over the bay area but you can see the cloud coverage on shore. because of this high-pressure over california it will drive this system well to the north. not much rainfall but some cloud coverage and reversal of the wind. those both of those components will help warm us up. we will still see a lot of temperatures in the 30's. and as we start to see 50s for upper 50s by noon 50s for the entire bay area. we will take a look of the very cold temperatures in your neighborhood and how much longer this warmer weather will last >> catherine: the cold temperatures are also making for dangerous road conditions in some places. we'll have more on that story -- later tonight. >> there have been several water main breaks it this morning. the worst was here in hayward. this is a long jackson street and highway 92 in santa
was upset about a tuition dispute. >> tonight, the sister of a woman who was set on fire in san francisco -- talks to kron-4. the gruesome crime happened yesterday in the city's bayview district. the suspect - dexter oliver, who you see here, remains on the loose tonight. he is now wanted for attempted murder and arson. police say, he has an unusual haircut -- with the design of a fish on one side -- and a lighting bolt on the other. kron4's maureen kelly spoke the victim's sister about the assault. >> kerstin was hanging off. -- her skin was hanging off. and her skin was also hanging off like this. >> reporter: jolissa craig is discribing the injuries her sister-25 year old starr lamare suffered after the horrific attack.she says it happened after the mother of three young children got in an argument with her boyfriend about some clothes they were washing at this laundrymat on thrid street. >> she wanted it to leaf and the clothes in the laundry. and he did not want to leave the close. >> reporter: starr's sister says oliver then came back to their family home where he got gasoline starr
in the bay area. the weather is getting warmer. here's a live look at dowtown san francisco -- and a live shot from our camera atop mount tamalpais. blue skies, i'm here in the kron-4 weather center with jaqueline bennet. neighbors came by with >> a bit breezy that could change for the next couple of days. temperatures in the upper 50s even 60s in some locations. 58 in napa, 57 in antioch 87 plat pleasanton. as we take a look at our current wind speeds. 17 mph, sustained. half moon bay. gusts even stronger. 13 concord it is going to stay stronger. as we see we do have a clear skies with some cloud coverage from the north. it will stay dry however, with the high pressure building in. and we will start to see some warmer conditions. breezy, but somewhat cooler temperatures overnight and tomorrow. so they just a bit warmer that trend will also be on wednesday how warm it is going to be this week. >> catherine: developing right nowdeveloping right now -- we're getting a better idea of the strategy being considered for immigration reform. a group of bipartisan lawmakers revealed their plan tod
judge in san francisco today refused to issue a preliminary injunction blocking a city ban on nudity that is set to take effect friday. four nudist activists claimed in a lawsuit filed in november that the ban violated their constitutional right to free speech because nudity is a form of expression. u.s. district judge edward chen rejected that argument in an 18-page decision, saying that "nudity is not inherently expressive." "unlike the burning of a flag, burning of a draft card, or wearing a black armband in protest against the war, public nudity in and of itself is not commonly associated with expression of a particular message," chen wrote. developing right now -- the man accused of killing seven people at oakland college. is now headed to a but first tonight -- fall out from severe hazing at one bay area high school. why police are now getting involved -- after the break. and -- violence in oakland reaching a tipping point. this month -- police officers shot -- children shot. the drastic measures some city officials are now calling for. police released these sketches of two sus
the port of san francisco when briefly grounded. there was no damage and what this incident review committee could not find any failure with the action, he was ordered to take more practiced trips. on two days later, on august 29th, he was taking this vessel out from the san joquan stockton and it damaged a catwalk. he was also practiced as expected-to to--more practice courses. and as he was supervising a trainee at the ship was going from redwood city to the richmond harbor. this tug boat was attached and it made contact with the bottom of the channel causing minor damage. while he was only supervising he was blamed for pilot error. no action was recommended by the incident review committee >> skilled pilots of the river it is easy to make contact with the bottom or problems. it is a very narrow transit. changing conditions, shallow water. i would characterize this as a reminder incidences. >> reporter: the executive director of the pilot commission for san francisco, san pablo, and because they are co conducting their own concurrent investigation he will not comment. however, th
. fire. 22-year-old dexter oliver didn't say much in a san francisco courtroom today. other than indicating he doesn't have the money for an attorney. he's been charged with 11 felonies including attempted murder, assault and torture. he's accused of filling two bottles with gasoline - and throwing it on his girlfriend after a fight over clothes at a laundromat. bail has been set for 10 million dollars. >> a convicted sex ofender and murderer has turned himself into vallejo police for the murder of his 90-year- old mother. investigators say that on wednesday - 70-year-old dennis stanworth called 911 claiming to have killed his mothernellie stanworth police arrived at his home on marshfield road. and found the woman's body - and arrested her son.it's not clear yet exactly when the woman died. but two of her friends say dennis told them she died weeks ago >> he was going in his house and i just yelled and i said howl is nellie? because i thought that she was okay. and i yelled how is millie and he said that she passed away last week. and she had a military burial that is all that h
tamalpais and in san francisco. gloomy skies all around -- i'm here in the kron4 weather center with jaqueline bennet. what's ahead? >> jacqueline: it does not look like this rainfall is going anywhere. the east bay, the south bay. a dreary day and wet pavement. let us get right to stormtracker 4. the rainfall over a san jose, livermore and also over the diablo range lighter showers through cupertino. it is mainly like it was heavier, about one hour ago. it is starting to taper off but we will still be impacted by this moisture. taking a look at the satellite & radar and this will continue to wrap around and impact us tomorrow. a another storm to the north it is offshore and also some of that maritime moisture. we will time it out on futurecast one person has been critically hurt by a falling tree. this is video from our helicopter partnership with abc 7 news this was near lake merced.. no word on what caused the tree to come down. >> pam: right now, one north bay community is drying out. this is a water- main break in greenbrae -- streets at one point covered in half- a foot of
the doyle drive tunnel in san francisco. let loose a torrent of water. to fall on commuters driving to and from the golden gate bridge. kron 4's maureen kelly spoke to one driver who was caught in the mess and she got answers as to what caused the problem. >> it was almost like going >> reporter: teresa rodriguez williamsom got this dent in the side of her car after losing control herself driving thru a waterfall. >> all of a sudden i got poured on and i had no idea what that just happened. it seemed a smart to put on the brakes but there was a large bottle and i went and sliding in hit the wall. >> reporter: the chp says they were alerted to the malfunction at 9:25. and because the heavy showers in such an unusal place caused poor visablity they had officers on hand to escort traffic thru. they occassionally had to close lanes while standing water was cleared away.causing traffic to back up sporatically. a spokesperon with the presidio parkway projectwhich is overseeing the reconstruction of doyle drive says their fire supression system inside the tunnel was tripped accidently duri
live from our mount tamalpais camera, and downtown san francisco. i'm here in the weather center with meteorologist brian van aken. brian, are we done with the freezing cold yet? >> we still have those cold temperatures at night. tens of the upper 50s and 60s. sunnyvale, 61 but still very cold at night and in the early morning hours. 7:00 a.m., the 20's through santa rosa, napa, fairfield. 30's and 40's for oakland. in the south bay, another cold evening fiord milpitas. 36 in redwood city but we have beautiful weather, not for this holiday weekend. catherine? >> catherine: the problems surrounding boeing's 787's continues. now - the company has stopped delivery of the planes. boeing says the manufacturing process has not been halted -- but the planes won't be sent out until safety problems have been solved. almost all of the dreamliners have been a string of problems - including battery fires. it's now believed that the lithium batteries used in the 787's were over- charged. that doesn't explain all the problems however -- including a cracked cockpit window. >> pam: changes to ai
. here's a live look outside at downtown san francisco -- and from our mount tamalpais camera in the north bay. i'm here in the weather center with jaqueline bennet. a wet weekend? >> jacqueline: we can see those clouds are increasing. this live look from our mount tam the associated with this system. we still have some residual showers possibly some pop up showers this evening. in this area but to the north it will push through. through. northern california it will not be that much of a bigger brain system. details on that, coming up. >> pam: newly released numbers on the flu outbreak. show that the illness is starting to decline in some areas of the country. but here in california --- the threat is on the rise. kron 4's justine waldma health expert. she is here now with more. justine.? >> reporter: we are now in the middle of flu season. and by all indications it is worse than last year. let's get right to the new numbers. centers of disease control just put out the data from last week. a total of 47 states reported "widespread" flu activity. that is down from 48 last week.
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